I just happened upon this 1999 George Carlin comedy routine — a slick, pointed and . . . well, Carlinesque . . . critique of religion.
I found the Carlin video on a sassy site populated by lots of non-believers: “God is for Suckers,” a site that makes Dangerous Intersection’s presentation look rather tame by comparison. Recent posts also include crusader pajamas for sale, for example.
The site is not all fun and games, though. The authors also crank out lots of in-your-face cultural commentary. For example, a recent post discussed a 2005 study by Gregory Paul (in the Journal of Religion and Society) finding that “secular societies have lower rates of violence and teenage pregnancy than societies where many people profess belief in God.”